Better Cardio = Longer Life

Better Cardio Fitness Predicts a Longer Life, Study Finds

This is a quick read but it might just motivate you to ensure you’re moving as much as possible! Think – longevity!

“In consultation with their physician, individuals should aim to maintain the highest exercise performance they can regardless of age, sex or prior history of heart disease,” Dr. Jaber says.
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Fall Farm Stand Today

You don’t want to miss today’s Farm Stand!
Quiet Acres Farm will have kale, bell peppers, sweet peppers, collards, radishes, head lettuce, and fresh flowers.
Bella Vita Mushrooms will offer oyster and lions mane mushrooms.
Farmstand with Berry
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Frequent Fitness Program

Frequent Fitness

Frequent Fitness registration is open on the HarbinSTRONG portal. Earn up to a $25 monthly reimbursement towards your gym membership fees!

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Walk with a Doc on Saturday

WWD October

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50% off Turkey Trot Registration

TT 50% off

We hope you’re planning to wobble with us at the Harbin Clinic Turkey Trot in Cartersville on Saturday, November 17th!

Sign up this week and receive 50% off your race registration fee.  Click here to register!

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Tips for a Healthy Fall


Cooler temperatures have finally arrived in NW Georgia. Adios to summer and welcome fall!

The transition from summer to fall can be a challenge. To help ease the change, put together Autumn Wellness Tips to get you ready for the colder months and keep your mental and physical health in check.
1) Start taking a Vitamin D supplement. We get most of our Vitamin D from the sun, so our intake decreases when the weather is colder since we spend most of our time inside during the fall/winter seasons. If you find you are not getting outside much, a Vitamin D supplement can boost your mood and immune system!
2) Take some time to yourself. Autumn and winter are the Earth’s way of telling us to slow down. Start a journal or track your moods to get more in touch with how your feeling.
3) Boost your immune system. You can do this by drinking plenty of water, washing your hands often to prevent sickness, and eating nutritious foods.
4) Get yourself ready for Daylight Savings Time. Go to bed earlier when you can, especially the week before the clocks change. Longer periods of darkness = longer periods of sleep!
5) Make some plans for the cold months. In the winter, we tend to hibernate if we don’t have things to keep us busy.
6) Moisturize your skin. Harsh temperatures can make your skin dry. Also, you still should be wearing sunscreen.
7) Buy in-season food. Beets, broccoli, cabbage, eggplant, kale, pumpkin, broths, roasted squash, roots and sautéed dark leafy greens are all great choices. Visit the HarbinSTRONG Farm Stands on Tuesdays at 1825.
8) Stay active! It can be easy to just sit around all the time, but it’s important to get in some movement throughout the day. Raking leaves or shoveling snow counts!
9) Do some “spring cleaning” in the fall. Clean out your closet, organize that back room, and rid yourself of things you don’t need.
10) Get some books to read and shows to watch. Who doesn’t want to sit by the fire on chilly winter nights and read a good book or binge-watch some Netflix?
11) Keep a schedule. The cold months can seem to drag on and push us into isolation. Stay on track by scheduling time in your day to do things you like to do.
12) Be kind to yourself. The holidays can cause weight gain, the shorter days can cause low mood, and the flu season can cause sickness. Listen to your body and give it what it needs, and don’t beat yourself up! Try reframing negative thoughts into positive ones.


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Farm Stand at 1825

Don’t let the cloudy skies keep you from stopping by the HarbinSTRONG Farm Stand today to pick up collards, kale, sweet peppers, hot peppers, lettuce, purple beans and the last of the cherry tomatoes.
Brandon looks forward to seeing you between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.!
Farm Stand 2
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